hope maybe it will inspire some of you who may be feeling unhappy to think about how you can settle for more, too. amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com. preorder now. we'll talk about it on november 15th? here is sean. ♪ all right. thanks, megyn. by the way, looking forward to reading the book. welcome to "hannity." to night hillary clinton, follow my words, the media won't say it, she should be in jail, not on the campaign trail. it is about time somebody said it. in just a few minutes we will check in with newt gingrich and rudy giuliani and explain why. first an explosive batch of e-mails released by wikileaks raises questions about whether or not clinton's campaign gave the orders to delete thousands of e-mails two days before she was served with a congressional subpoena. now, on march 2nd, pay close attention to the timeline, twicht, the same day the world first found out about clinton's
e-mail for work. that is undisputed. >> it clearly wasn't the best choice, and i take responsibility for that decision. >> i thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal e-mails instead of two. >> iphone or android? >> iphone okay. in full disclosure -- >> blackberry. >> and a blackberry. i have a, you know, an ipad , a mini ipad , an iphone and a blackberry. >> i believe i have met all of my responsibilities, and the server will remain private. >> in order to be as cooperative as possible, we have turned over the server. they can do whatever they want to with the server. >> i am confident that i never sent nor received any information that was classified at the time it was sent and received. >> so that leaves 100 out of
30,000 e-mails that director comey testified contained classified information. >> i did not receive anything that was marked as classified. >> director comey said that only three out of 30,000 had anything resembling classified markers. >> you were the official in charge. did you wipe the server? >> what, like with a cloth or something? >> i don't know. >> no. >> we turned over everything that was work-related, every single thing. uh, no, they didn't turn over everything. by the way, it wasn't with a cloth. it was with bleach bit. basically they acid washed it. for a minute let's put aside hillary clinton's problem with telling the truth. now, the clinton campaign really wants you to believe by saying dump they meant release, why did they eventually delete 33,000 of those e-mails? and if they were e-mailing about transparency and making this e-mails public, why on march 4th, the same day the benghazi
select committee served hillary clinton a subpoena to preserve all e-mails related to the terror attack, why then did podesta write this to cheryl mills? quote, think we should hold e-mails to and from the president of the united states? and why just a few days later, march 7th, after president obama said he first learned about the server from journalists, from the news, why did cheryl mills e-mail this, quote, we need to clean this up, he has e-mails from her and they don't say state.gov. after being blindsided by the discovery of the private e-mail server, it sounds like the campaign was quickly realizing how big a problem they had on their hands, which may then explain what happened next. according to the fbi's report on decline ton's server weeks later on march 25th, bill clinton's staff including cheryl mills, they had a conference call with plat rivers networks. remember, they're the i.t. company, they were the server company that had the server in a bathroom closet that helped to
manage the private server. on the same day that conference call took place through march 31st, an employee of the company used bleach bit to permanently delete the 33,000 e-mails. now, according to the fbi the plat rivers network employee, he claims he was told to destroy the e-mails in december of 2014 but he told investigators the reason he waited was because he simply forgot to do it. now, the timing of all of this is beyond questionable, especially given the fact that on march 9th, three weeks before the e-mails were permanently released, platt rivers network was notified of a congressional order to preserve all of clinton's records. the employee at the center of all of this admitted to the fbi that he knew of the order but he did it anyway. joining us now with reaction, the author of "treason," former speaker of the house, fox news controversy newt gingrich. mr. speaker, i'm a humble talk show host. we met in 1990.
i have known you all of these years. you've been a dear friend, a close friend, a mentor. i admire you a lot. i know you changed the country. you were one of two successful conservative movements that changed the country for the better. why is hasean hannity the only e laying out the case that should be in the front page of the washington times, "new york times," cnn, msnbc, abc, nbc, why is nobody covering this? we know part of the answer, they're colluding with the clinton campaign. why are they not covering this? >> i think the dam is starting to break a little bit. they hate the idea of donald trump winning. is an assault on the entire establishment. they are desperate for hillary to win and they're trying to carry her to the finish line no matter how corrupt, how embarrassing, how difficult. but every day it gets heavier and harder. as i listened to you go through the list, by the way, as i was
john hients to check to make sure i was right, there were 43 people in watergate who were either indicted, tried or convicted. i say that because as you watch more and more of this stuff, i don't see how john podesta is going to stay out of legal trouble. i don't see how cheryl mills is going to stay out of legal trouble, huma abedin, a lot of the secondary players, the i.t. guy. this is not just about hillary clinton. this is a large group of people who are being carried into behavior which is illegal, much of it involves overt criminality. certainly doug band i think is at risk of being part of a rico organized crime trial. so you go down that list. i think there are a lot of people here who will be in trouble, despite everything attorney lynch has done to block it. it is quite clear now she has been the primary blocking point and the people she appointed when she was in the brooklyn office of the u.s. attorney, as andy mccarthy has pointed out in
a new column coming out tomorrow morning, she is really at the heart of the effort to protect hillary clinton from her own criminal behavior. >> why is this so important? in other words i guess in watergate like in this case the cover up is worse than the crime, but she put a private e-mail server in play. she knew the rules. she every advised everybody working at the state department not to do something like this, not to use private devices. she lied about the number of devices she used. she lied about sending or receiving classified information. but even the simple mishandling of classified information is against the law. destroying information is against the law. clearly with the timeline i just laid out they were trying to obstruct justice and circumvent the law. how did we get the the point where comey in july let her off the hook? do you think it might be related to the fact that it implicates the president? >> no, i think it is because the pressure was put to bear on him by the president and the
attorney general in an effort to protect clinton. i don't think at that stage they thought they were protecting obama. i thought they were protecting the democratic nominee. i think in retrospect comey now realizes because of the rebellion in his federal bureau of investigations that he made the wrong decision, it was unsustainable. he got the excuse this week courtesy of anthony weiner and 650,000 e-mails to reopen it. of course, people should not just focus narrowly on the e-mails. i think the five offices that are investigating, and apparently according to "wall street journal" have been investigating the clinton foundation for corruption for a year, i think that investigation frankly is at least as big a deal as the e-mails, the level of corruption is unimaginable. i don't think it is sustainable in the united states. my new newsletter is about hillary rodham nixon because i think she poses the likelihood if she were to stumble through to victory next tuesday, which i doubt, i think that the
investigations would grind her up over the next year. what about the new discovery that the person that is responsible now for investigating this and responding to congress as it relates to this new probe happened to be the defense attorney for john podesta? you know, we said this last night, you can't even write this in your novel and have anybody believe it is a possibility. >> yeah. if i put all of these pieces into "treason," nobody would have thought it was possible. i merely have people who are loyal to isis and betray the united states government. this is vastly more complicated than anything i wrote. but, you know, i think that senator grassly and the chairman of the senate and house judiciary committees should write a letter to the president demanding that a series of people recuse themselves. mccabe, whose wife got $675,000 from hillary clinton's ally, the governor of virginia, he has to recruise himself from all of this stuff. i think the people in justice
close to podesta, they have to recuse themselves from all of this stuff. the people lynch appointed, as andy mccarthy points out, in the brooklyn office of the u.s. attorney, all of whom are loyalists to lynch who is loyal to clinton, i mean this is an absurdity. i think they have to find a way to get independent people, career professionals, to come in and take this apart. they have to remember that all of these special deals that none of us understood, that were involved with, you know, not going after the computers, destroying some of the computers by the government, actually now it looks like were in defense of the corruption at the clinton foundation, not in defense of the e-mails. so there's a lot here that very much like watergate, you can start seeing people who are in the justice department being subjected to criminal procedures against them for their obstruction of justice. i think it is fair to say -- >> yeah, you've got the justice
department putting their -- podesta's handpicked guy who, quote, kept him out of jail in charge of the investigation. then we have a report in "politico" the justice department is pushing the fbi to finish the e-mail-gate probe before the election. how is it remotely possible to go through 625,000 e-mails? the only person that seems to be sticking up on the democratic party side that hasn't gone full ken starr on james comey is the president who says he does not believe james comey is trying to influence the election. what are your thoughts on that? is this the big separation time? >> well, i mean first of all i thought it was a sign that when the number 650,000 e-mails came out that the obama team suddenly went, whoops, maybe we finally have gone too far. he has said a couple of other things, by the way, that begin to kind of distance himself from hillary. governor rindell, former republican national committee chairman came out and said the fbi is doing the right thing.
senator mckas kill, one of hillary's strongest defenders, said the fbi had no choice, they have to look into this stuff. you begin to see breaks in the armor because it is indefensible. my point for the audience is broader. i believe there are people in the justice department guilty of obstruction of justice as well as people in the clinton operation, and we may end up with people in independent counsel. it is sbol robl intolerable to e this involved and have this. >> translator: began at this time conflict of interest. as you point out when somebody has been defense attorney he can't be put in charge of prosecution. >> no, you can't. good point. more with newt gingrich after this break. also coming up tonight, wikileaks exposes yet again how dnc interim chair donna brazile colluding with the clinton campaign and helping hillary cheat in her battle against bernie sanders. are his supporters mad? they should be tonight. newt gingrich will weigh in on
that. plus tonight -- in a newly released e-mail john podesta has been caught saying, we have to dump all of those e-mails. can you believe this? that's wikileaks. >> donald trump calling out hillary clinton and her campaign for her e-mail server scandal. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani goes over the law in detail coming up straight ahead tonight. giuliani goes
sanders, she sent an e-mail to john podesta and another clinton aide with the subject line, one of the questions directed to hillary rodham clinton tomorrow is from a woman with a rash. in the body of the message she wrote, her family has lead poisoning and she will ask what, if anything, will hillary do as president to help people in flint, michigan. after this e-mail was made public, cnn announced brazile formally resigned from the network a few weeks ago but she still maintains her position at the dnc. why is hillary not demanding that a person who cheated bernie sanders, head of the dnc, not fired. remember, back in july debbie wasserman schultz was forced to resign from her post as dnc chairwoman after a hacked e-mail showed her calling a top sanders aide particularly scummy, that's not all. they also show that dnc staffers
spoke about using sanders' jewish faith against him. what must sanders reporters be thinking? there were e-mails view a racist, misogynistic and seksist. back with new gingrich, former speaker of the house. you know, if donald trump had e-mails from reince priebus that were sexist, misogynistic and anti-racic, think he would be gone. debbie wasserman schultz was hired by hillary clinton. we have this other issue with poor bernie sanders. donna brazile, the fix was in from the get go. trump was right. they totally screwed bernie sanders. your reaction? >> i mean, look, first of all the surprise here is not clinton. clinton is corrupt. there's no reason to believe clinton is going to do anything that involves reforming anything. the fascinating thing is where
is bernie sanders? i mean how can bernie sanders sit quietly, learning that the democratic national committee sabotaged him, learning that the current democratic national committee chair was apparently giving questions to hillary clinton for his debates with her. why isn't bernie sanders standing up and saying, she needs to resign? where are all of the sanders' supporters? these people just got mug by the clinton machine, and they're all passive. i don't see any fight on the left to say, how come these things are being allowed to happen. it is a remarkable collapse on the left at a time when the evidence is overwhelming that the nomination was stolen from them. >> all right. mr. speaker, let me just switch topics a little bit. i want to go to the polls. you said something on this show last night that i think surprised a lot of people, myself included. and that is i said, okay, if donald trump wins north carolina, poll had him up seven today for example.
it is a must-win state from my perspective for donald trump, as is florida, as is ohio, as is iowa, as is nevada, and as is every other state that governor romney won back in 2012. the question is, how does he get to 270. now, there's got to be a combination thereof where he gets a blue state, and that means he's also going to have to convert new hampshire, maine's second congressional district. if that doesn't work he will need the five electoral votes in new mexico. if that doesn't work, he'd need minnesota, michigan, wisconsin or pennsylvania. and you said to me, i'm wrong, i'm thinking -- i have conventional thought process on electoral votes. i want to dig deeper into the issue with you and have you explain what you mean. >> well, this is actually something that larry sabato wrote about a couple of years ago that i found fascinating. he said with if you think about it is there is not an electoral
lock by anybody. if your candidate goes up, it tends to go up across the board and states fall into place. i mentioned to you on radio this fascinating report by the superintendent of education in minnesota that trump beat clinton among high school students 77,000 students voted and trump won minnesota. now, nobody in the country would guess high school students in minnesota would prefer trump to hillary clinton. it tells you there's something happening out there. minnesota could come into play, wisconsin can come into place, michigan, pennsylvania can come into play, new hampshire can come into play, new mexico, colorado where i'll be tomorrow, nevada where i will be on thursday. all of these things are coming along, and you suddenly realize that he breaks -- did i mention to you also today people need to remember, if he's now up one -- and who knows because it is the same poll where eight days ago he was down twelve, which was
totally stupid so who knows. but let's say he is up one. she is clearly winning in california by a huge margin. if you take california off the table, he's probably nationally up three or four if he's up one with california included. he may be up five. >> what about the specific state polls we are talking about? >> well, i would say that he is potentially competitive at a minimum in the northern congressional district in maine, in new hampshire, in pennsylvania, in michigan, in wisconsin. i believe in minnesota despite everybody's thoughts, and the high school poll today kind of bears that out. i think certainly in colorado, certainly in new mexico, certainly in nevada. >> i forgot colorado, you're right. >> you suddenly have a lot of places in play that people don't think about. and if, in fact -- i mean a good friend of mine, pad towery. >> i know matt well. >> yeah, i sent him the north carolina results.
he said, if he's up seven in north carolina, the bottom is falling out of the clinton campaign. that's his term. i can imagine a circumstance where people look at 650,000 e-mails over here, they look at all of the corruption in the clinton foundation over here, look at all of the wikileaks about podesta, and they say, i can't do it. i have a friend who has a young voter in their family, very liberal, bernie sanders supporter, walked in, knew he couldn't vote for trump, thought he might vote for clinton. he was voting early voting. he said he looked at the ballot and he said, i cannot do it, skipped the presidency totally and went down ballot. this was a sanders vote who couldn't vote for hillary. i also had -- >> sanders voters were robbed. wikileaks exposed it all. >> exactly. >> they were robbed blind. the fix was in. all right. i've got to run. >> in fact -- >> go ahead. >> i was going to say trump should probably get an ad that
says, if you're a sanders voter, get even, don't vote for hillary. >> that's a great way to put it. by the way they probably agree with trump on trade and a lot of other issues. this is a trump pen we played last night. you push the head down. >> i will be the greatest president that god ever created. >> i ordered 1,000 of them today and i'm going to give them away probably early -- late this week or early next week. mr. speaker, appreciate it as always. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. >> okay. >> i know, i can't help myself. it actually works pretty good. >> i'm really rich. >> okay. one more. >> i will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and i will have mexico pay for that wall. >> that's a pen. i'm going to give them away. coming up next tonight on "hannity." in a newly-released e-mail, john podesta has been caught saying, we have to dump all of those e-mails. can you believe that? that's wikileaks. >> donald trump calls out hillary clinton and her campaign. up next, former new york city mayor, former prosecutor rudy
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cheat, people that have e-mails that are racist, sexist, misogynistic and if it was donald trump they would have to be fired. that was more of donald trump earlier talking about the latest wikileaks revelations about the clinton camp. also tonight, just how much trouble is top clinton aide huma abedin really in? we searched through the state department freedom of information act archive and found what appears to be a legal agreement signed by abedin when she left the state department. it is commonly known as an of109. by signing this ab zine swore she turned overall classified documents to the federal government. but as we now know, the fbi is reportedly searching through 650,000 e-mails found on anthony weiner's laptop that could include and contain classified information from huma. joining us now with reaction, former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. i actually have it right here. this is the of-109 we got. the rest of the media, lazy
people colluding with the clintons, you could do it too. i have it right here. mr. mayor, it actually has 18 u.s. code, all of the issues you brought up. we will put them on the side of the screen. huma abedin, every single one of those -- if she has classified material on there, isn't that each one of those a felony? >> yeah, each one of them is. >> so you could have huma and anthony weiner going to jail together. >> there's no question anymore as to whether or not hillary clinton, abedin, podesta, all of these people violated the laws. you have to be almost stupid not to realize it. the reality is the thing that's really more shocking is the tremendous coverup that took place here. the corruption of the justice department is to me absolutely shocking. the fact that podesta's lawyer
is in charge of this investigation. i thought loretta lynch had recused herself from this case, yet she was telling the director of the fbi that he couldn't respond to congress. she was refusing to allow a grand jury or at least her old district, eastern district was refusing to allow a grand jury here. the justice department it seems to me is the one that corrupted this investigation, and there's got to be a couple of people there that are also going to be liable eventually when it gets investigated. clinton, abedin, the people right around them, tpg pagliano these people are so guilty you would have to be stupid not to realize it. >> let me put up the allegation specific to the clinton e-mail server because these are important. wikileaks has done two things
that are important. one, they show we have no cyber security. two, they expose how corrupt they are here. we have to dump all of those e-mails. should we hold back subpoenaed e-mails of the president and the secretary of state? correct me if i'm wrong, you're the former prosecutor, aren't all of those things crimes? >> yes. what it indicates is their first reaction. their first reaction is to do something criminal. let's see if we can dump them. maybe we can't dump all of them. let's see if we can dump some of them, rather than, we have nothing to lose and just putting them out there because we didn't do anything wrong. it indicates, again, that you would really have to be mentally inferior not to figure out it was criminal. >> that wasn't an option, they ended up deleting them all. >> well, they deleted them all. >> 30,000. >> and they bleached them. they bleached them, which, you know, is a pretty sophisticated level of crime. now she says she wants the e-mails turned over. hillary, if you wanted the e-mails turned over, what did
you brea you bleach them for. >> let me ask you about the justice department official that notified congress that the agency would dedicate all necessary resources to the reopened hillary clinton investigation. it turns out john podesta -- again, thank you, wikileaks -- referred to him as the guy that save will saved me from jail. is that a conflict of interest? maybe i'm living in a different world. >> 100% conflict of interest, like it was a conflict of interest for cheryl mills and the other person who got immunity to sit in as a lawyer when hillary clinton was being interviewed by the fbi. just like loretta lynch, who said she recused herself, her involvement in this is one conflict of interest after another, after her meeting with bill clinton four days before the interview in an airport i think in phoenix or tucson, arizona. i mean i could count here so many conflicts of interest it would astound you. they have corrupted the justice department in a way that i don't
ever remember, even in the watergate days. i mean the people in the justice department resigned when they were asked to do things wrong. i am so ashamed of the justice department and their role in this. you know, i think part of why obama defended comey is he realizes that hillary clinton infected his administration with massive corruption. >> what do you think about the vote of confidence that obama gave comey, that he's not trying to interfere? >> i think it's a sign that he realizes that his legacy may be maybe the biggest scandal in the history of this country, bigger than watergate, bigger than tea pot dome, you've got so many parts to it. >> and he's connected to it. she dragged him into it. >> you've got misuse of confidential, top secret information, jeopardizing possibly the lives of agents in the field. then you have a multi-million,
hundreds of millions of dollars fraud involved with the clinton foundation and the state department. just the mere fact that huma abedin worked for the state department, the clinton foundation and the tinao corporation. i don't know remember when i was in the justice department somebody having two outside full-time jobs, one of them a complete conflict. remember, she signed a document saying she was going to keep the clinton foundation separate from the state department. >> separate, yeah. >> so why is her top aide working for both? >> i'm running out of time. >> explain that to me. >> we're up on a hard break. if you were prosecuting the case based on the information you have now, give me a percent of accuracy you would get a conviction? what do you think the olds are that you would get conviction of high level officials here? >> i've won cases much more difficult than this. i never guarantee a victory. you come pretty close to saying she can be convicted under all of the statutes. >> slam dunk. >> yeah, i say she could be
convict of all of the statutes i gave you a year ago, and now four more. then i would put on top of it a racketeering enterprise. if they had an italian name they would have been prosecuted already. >> wow. all right, mr. mayor. thank you for being with us. up next tonight on "hannity." if we don't repeal and replace obamacare, we will destroy american healthcare forever. >> average american didn't keep their doctor, their plan, they're paying $4100 more than they were paying before, and many states are seeing 100% increase from last year's premium to this year. donald trump laying out the reasons why obamacare needs to be repealed and replaced. laura ingraham is next with reaction, also monica crowley, larry elder here to weigh in on the mainstream media's bias. ♪ mainstream media's bias.
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obamacare needs to be repealed and replaced. here with reaction, editor and chief, the woman never stops working 24/7, laura ingraham. were you on "fox & friends" today? >> only at 8:00 this morning. yeah, it was fun. >> you're a rock star. >> yeah, yeah. >> get me to 270. >> i think, sean, i just -- this broke like four hours ago where they had the list of the increases in obamacare. okay. what percentage increases. this is really critical for the election i think. this is why trump and pence today did the speech in pennsylvania. check this out. forgive me for not memorizing it all. pennsylvania, 53% increase in obamacare premiums. it gets better. go to north carolina, 340% increase in obamacare increase. then keep going. minnesota, which some of the polls there are kind of interesting. if he wins minnesota it will be a blowout, no doubt about it. minnesota, 59% increase in
obamacare. go down to north carolina where a new poll came out tonight, sean -- >> plus seven. >> yeah, shows trump is up, as you know. in north carolina, it is not as bad but it is still not as bad as 18.9% increase in obamacare premiums. the e-mail scandal is big because it is about corruption in washington and corruption with the clintons. this is a financial disaster for millions of americans, and this goes right to the pocketbook. >> laura, people didn't keep their doctors, their plans, and already the average family pays $4100 more a year. >> yeah. >> let's assume, ohio, florida, north carolina, think he will get those states. >> i do now he will get iowa. tell me the state that will put him over the top, pennsylvania, minnesota, michigan, wisconsin, new hampshire, colorado, which one? >> i think he has a good -- i mean i know north carolina has
gone twice for obama, turned liberal in many ways. >> north carolina went to romney last time. >> it went to obama in 2008. i think north carolina will go trump. i think wisconsin, if we got a little more united in wisconsin, if paul ryan -- >> good luck. >> -- you know, didn't look like trump was the evil stepchild, think it would help a little bit, but, remember, trump -- i think trump won paul ryan's district during the primary. i think trump has a decent chance in wisconsin. i know that's not on a lot of people's radar. i'm telling you, i think the state of minnesota is -- can be really unpredictable. >> wow. >> remember, a state that has a congresswoman -- or had a congresswoman like michelle balkman and has far less governor mark dayton, then norm coleman and jessie ventura. you just don't know what minnesota is going to do, much like maine which people say is trending hillary.
i lived four years in new hampshire. i don't believe the state with the license place that says, live free or die is going to votes for hillary clinton with everything i know. i mean it would be heartbreaking if new hampshire decided to go with the clintons after everything we've learned. >> by the way, i'm going to send you a dozen of my trump pens. >> i will be -- >> oh, great. >> -- the greatest president that god ever created. >> okay. >> i ordered 1,000 of them because everyone -- why are you laughing at me. you're not allowed to laugh at me because we're friends. that's not allowed. >> my kids will take them and get in trouble in school because they love trump. they will get in trouble, fail. >> good. i will send a note saying, uncle sean says it is og kay to have e trump pen. >> perfect. they're coming the play tennis at your tennis court. >> you got a deal. see you tomorrow. thank for being with us. coming up, seven days until voters head to the polls and a new study by the media research center shows how in the tank, how disgustingly in the tank the
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often seven days left to stop the clinton obama machine. a new study by the media research center shows how biassed the mainstream media is. since friday's announcement that the fbi was reopening their probe into the server, the study found that abc, nbc, cbs, well, they were critical of fbi director james comey over hillary clinton by a ratio of three to one. journalism is dead. joining us now, fox news controversy, larry elder amonic crowley. they run with comey as the problem. he's the one that lied, used bleach bit, used acid? come on. >> sean, none of this should come as a surprise. for decades we've known that the mainstream media, particularly national correspondents, particularly white house correspondents have been biassed to the left. starting in 1964 pugh research
started polling them, 94% who voted for lyndon johnson over barry goldwater. we know it is the case. what makes this different is that we've never seen this level of activism before. that grows out of not any particular love for mrs. clinton, they don't like her, but they like she is a liberal and -- >> and they hate trump. >> there's a hatred and fear of trump because if he comes in he will smash the existing order and that includes the power and influence of the mainstream media. >> larry, to pick up on that and you have talked over the years about media bias, but he blows up the republican establishment, the democratic establishment, the media establishment, the globalist establishment. it is shattered because he doesn't care about the old order anymore. >> he is not behold ento anybody. one of the things about donald trump is he's been able to sell finance for the most part his own campaign. add to that study, sean, the wikileaks revelation that "the washington post" is doing an article about john podesta, the
chair of the hillary clinton campaign, undercovers something about a con flilflict of intered says, don't worry about it, we will bury it. gives hillary veto proof over quotes she doesn't like. and an anchor for cnbc is writing podesta a letter bragging about how he put donald trump on his ears. there's a newspaper in central florida called "the daily commercial" and they putton an editorial and apologized for the one-sided donald trump coverage. where is the letter from "the washington post," the "new york times"? >> don't hold your breath. why is donna brazile, who cheated bernie sanders and is corrupt and fed questions, why is she supporting a cheater and why did she hire debbie wasserman schultz after the racist, sexist, misogynistic e-mails that were discovered that forced her out at the dnc?
>> it is incredible the level of collusion. that's why i say this election cycle takes the activism on the part of the press to another level. you've been saying it is dead for a long time. >> eight years. >> what we're seeing is trump, such a black swamp kind of candidate, that the mainstream media cannot countenance it. they've done everything they could, including donna brazile and helping mrs. clinton speak. >> larry, last word. >> she did her job, sean. her job was not to put her thumb on the scale but a cinder block on the scale to make sure bernie sanders didn't win. >> i will tell you how to get this trump pen when we come back. monica gets a free one. >> i want one. >> you got it s
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>> it is my hair. >> so i ordered 1,000, but i've been told i have to check with fox legal because everything is legal today. they're very nice people, and we will figure it out by tomorrow, but i'm going to give them away some how, some way. see you tomorrow night. good evening, and welcome back, i'm brit hume and this is "on the record." the presidential race has grown even tighter tonight amid signs enthusiasm for hillary clinton has dropped sharply. it appears that drop may have started when the fbi reopened its case into clinton on friday. nationally, as of this evening, the real clear politics average of polls shows clinton leading donald trump by 2.2 points in both the two and four-way races. the betting odds meanwhile continue to favor her now but now by less than 3 to 1 as compared to nearly 5 to 1 edge she had only days ago. our fox news electoral map has shifted in in trump's favor as well as correspondent shannon bream reports. >> it has been a wild week on the campaign trail, including several changes to our electoral map. again, this is based on t